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“Well, that’s about all the community theatre I can take,” Dean says. Sam’s unnerved expression is in full agreement. “Yeah, this cannot get any weirder.” There goes Sam opening doors again. The Dean from earlier and the Sam from the Q&A are in full character mode. “Dad said I may have to kill you.” “Kill me, what the Hell does that mean?” “I don’t know.” They leave and Sam and Dean can’t take it anymore. They look at each other and in unison say, “I need a drink.” They quickly head for the bar.
A fake Sam is doing readings with a cardboard EMF reader claiming it’s going nuts. You know, I would have doctored up a walkman myself. Have you not learned from the Star Trek fandom? A woman jumps out in an old dress and announces with a monotone voice she’s mean old Leticia Gore. They buried her in the basement. The guy shoots her with a rubber dart gun and she goes, “Ow, you got me.” He wonders why she didn’t vanish into thin air. Um, yeah.
The guy is on his cell phone resolving to meet up with Dean (geez, how clever) and a real ghost of a boy appears. He begs him to “help us.” Ms. Gore won’t let them have fun. He’s a bit more spooked and then the kid does vanish. Now he’s scared and runs for his life. Once he’s safely around the corner he goes “that was aweso-“ and is flung through the air upside down. He’s slammed between the bookcase and the wall several times. The real Leticia Gore shows up, vanishes and he’s let go. Hey dude, you wanted to be Sam. This happens to him all the time.
Sam and Dean are in the bar having their drink. Sam has a beer and Dean is drinking straight whiskey. Dean hits on fake Leticia Gore who’s texting on her phone. “You sure look lovely tonight, especially for a dead chick.” She’s not impressed since she’s heard that line 17 times tonight. “And all from dudes wearing the diver jackets.” Yeah babe, but you’re getting the original here. She catches onto that after looking up and seeing Dean’s smooth glance. She tells him he’s different because he isn’t scared of women. This ties into later, sort of.
Fake tossed around Sam is having a cow over his experience, claiming there was a real ghost. Real Sam and Dean are interested. They try talking to him but he says it isn’t part of the game and he’s getting out of there. They believe him because he’s not good enough of an actor to be acting. You got that right! So, while bearded dude is talking to agents Jagger and Richards, Sam and Dean do the pass real money onto the hotel clerk who tells them the ghost story is real. It really did happen 100 years ago that night for the convention folks wanted authenticity. This all happened in the attic. Of course fake Sam and Dean are listening in, for they want that Sizzler gift card.
Real Sam and Dean check out the attic and their real EMF goes nuts. Sam says there’s no way this ends well and Dean replies, “well it serves them right.” Ooh, bitter much Dean? Fake Sam and Dean investigate and run into the same boy ghost as the other guy. These guys are a little smarter though, despite the trouble staying in character. Fake Dean asks where the body is buried. “We’ll light her up nice and toasty.” Oh, this is so bad. The boy points to a picture on the wall. He disappears and they pull down the picture, which has small handprints all over it. There is an old map there of a cemetery. “Okay, this is the coolest game ever,” fake Sam says breaking character. They let their inner fan boys come out before going back into cool character. In the meantime the real Sam and Dean in the attic see a ghost boy with his head scalped. Why don’t we get to see their inner fan boys?
Becky is drinking her cooler and pining for Sam, who’s nearby on his cell phone. He nods so she licks her palm and blows a kiss to Sam. His “kill me” expression sums it up for all of us. She winks back and poor Chuck is there looking all dejected. Aww, I want to give him a hug. It’s okay Chuck, I go for the dorky losers over the tall sexy guys any day. Sam tells Dean that he found out Leticia Gore killed four boys including her son. She scalped him. “Oh, that’s it, I’m going to deep fry this bitch extra crispy.” Oh, Dean, watch it, you’re becoming a caricature of yourself. Or at least saying lines so others can become caricatures of yourself. Sam also doesn’t know where they’re buried.
They overhear fake Sam and Dean going through their old map. “Right there is the…cemetery.” Oh, the bad acting. Sam and Dean come right over and Sam verifies the age of the map and says there is a cemetery on the grounds. Well then, isn’t that where you would have looked first Sam? Dean wants to know where they got it, and fake Dean is surprised they don’t understand the game. “Give me the map Chuckles.” So fake Dean gives the real Dean attitude right back, calling him Chuckles too and then flashes his toy gun. Fake Sam tells him to cool it. A fed up real Dean pulls out his real gun and then the real Sam stops him. "What, they're freaking annoying!" Oh that’s too good.
Sam goes into diplomatic mode. They all want to find the bones, it just would be faster if they worked together. Fake Sam insists they get the Sizzler gift card. Deal. Plus they get to be Sam and Dean. Oh this isn’t going to go over well.
Sure enough, on the way to the cemetery fake Dean calls the real Dean and Sam "Rufus and Bobby" and tells them to hurry up. Oh that's right, Castiel hasn't made the books yet.
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